As the title suggests, there's shampoo, massage and naturally mimikaki.
Well, ear cleaning aside; it makes me laugh thinking about my head literally spinning around if the sounds went from ear to ear. You control an (unnamed) female agent of the International police organization WASP investigating a secret underground facility.
Once in Athens, Ploutarhos began working during the day at a hair salon while singing at clubs at night. Disappointed by the prevailing conditions in the music business, he abandoned singing twice and pursued other occupations to support himself.
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Yiannis Ploutarhos was born as Giannis Kakossaios on 18 December 1970 in the small village of Mavrogia, outside Orchomenos.
Despite previous disappointments, Ploutarhos' love of music pushed him back into the business and just two years after his first performance, he started appearing at club Rodolfo, which was followed by appearances at bigger clubs such as Neraida, Fantasia, and Tonel where he collaborated with well known laïka names such as Giannis Poulopoulos, Rita Sakellariou, Themis Adamantidis, as well as Contemporary aïka artists such as Stelios Rokkos and Giorgos Mazonakis.
Around that time, Ploutarhos came into contact with Dimitris Kordatzis and Ilias Filippou who believed in his talent, and got him in touch with his first producer Girgos Makrakis, who is credited with inspiring his stage last name "Ploutarhos".